FIFA Soccer 13 gets more buzz with this funny spot featuring an assortment of stars from Sporting KC.
Snoop Lion, formerly known as Snoop Dogg, is a game-changer type of personality that Soccer needs in America.
Inner-city young people will drive Soccer business in the U.S. to new heights, if conquered.
And Snoop is all over the sports market this week promoting the FIFA Soccer 13. He is working it hard for the makers of the video game, EA Sports.
I don’t play baseball video games anymore, mainly because I have a Wii and all the baseball video games I’ve played for the Wii have massively sucked. However, I used to play them a lot, and it was always my goal to pitch a perfect game at some point.
It never happened. In fact, I never even threw a no-hitter.
Granted, these are difficult tasks, and there is luck involved, but I still always figured I would at some point. Certainly any time I got close, it was extremely exciting and nerve-wracking.
Every day, there is a reason to think Soccer is getting a bit closer to being called a ‘Mainstream Sport’ in the U.S.
Indicators pop up in all corners of the country. It feels like a movement. Fans are displaying passion for Soccer and MLS in powerful, indescribable ways.
Soccer has passed being a phenomenon in the U.S.; it is beyond anyone’s imagination, the level in which it has become part of the culture. People are attending matches, playing on teams, and buying merchandise like never before in this country.
Articles and blogs are documenting this massive yet subtle turn in consumer tastes with unprecedented coverage. The Internet, more importantly, technology, has made a major difference on all of it.
Ironically, it might be faux Soccer that ultimately tips the scale over for real Soccer becoming a mainstream spectator sport.
Hundreds of thousands of kids in the United States, Canada, and Europe will awake on Christmas morning to find a copy of Skyward Sword, the sixteenth game in the Legend of Zelda series. Skyward Sword, which hit stores just in time for Black Friday, is the fastest selling game in the history of the franchise.
2012—in addition to being a Summer Olympics year, a U.S. election year, and the end of the 13th cycle of the Mesoamerican Long Count calendar (be sure to order a new Mesoamerican Long Count calendar while supplies last)—marks the 25th anniversary of the North American release of Nintendo’s original Legend of Zelda game.